Battle in future with ‘Laser League’

Rolling Media Limited, known as Roll7 recently launched the trailer of their latest game surprising everyone. As no one would have guessed that the creators of OlliOlli will come up with a futuristic sports game, named as Laser League’ where the players will be able to brutally murder each other using the beams of light. The trailer was launched on 9th of June and has already gained a bit fame and gamers are waiting for it desperately now. It is scheduled to launch on PC first via the Early Access on Steam this summer. Though the gamers might have to wait for a good amount of time as the launch date for the full version of the game is still not revealed. But it is expected to hit the markets somewhere in 2018. It is assumed that the full version might make its way onto Xbox, PlayStation and recently launched Nintendo Switch.

Roll7 was founded in 2008 but had some early tough times as its few projects were canceled too. Though they touched the landmark of success with the OlliOlli, a skateboarding game. They released the game in 2014 and the game made the company win several awards too, such as the BAFTA Award at the 11th British Academy Games Awards. The game soon saw its sequel in 2015 as OlliOlli2: Welcome to Olliwood.

With the release of Nintendo Switch, almost every gaming company wants to associate with it. Nintendo Switch has really evolved the gaming world with its multi features and brought back the name of Nintendo in the market back as a top console making a brand. Roll7 is confident with its futuristic game and has already touched good landmarks with its trailer. The trailer launch itself gave a big surprise to its users as no one expected such kind of game from this company. But breaking all the shackles, they have developed something that might succeed to surpass the success they got from OlliOlli. They are all set to record some early crazy responses from fans as according to sources a new version of the game will be launched very soon, and by that the curiosity will be to evaluate that how much wait this version can create in the market for the full version of the game which is set to release around in 2018 on 3 major platforms.

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